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How to change default font in Lotus Notes 4.6

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Hi there,

not sure if this is a really easy one (I know it's simple enough in Notes 5), but I really need to know!

I need to change the default font in Lotus Notes 4.6, When I say the default font, I mean for writing memos.

Many thanks
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As far as my knowledge goes..in R4 there are no default font settings

From R5 you can set/override the default font settings by StaticFontXX .. this was introduced after R4. Sorry !

What you can do is change the form design (memo) in the mail database or template .. that will be the best that you can do.

~Hemanth
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And the field is Body for the mail text, you have to change the font for this field.. I believe you know that .. just to make sure
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Looks like this isn't possible, awarding points to HemanthaKumar for offering workaround, R5 solution,
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